What is EITHER?
May be used in the sense of “each.” Chidester v. Railway Co., 59 111. 87.This word does not mean “all;” but does mean one or the other of two or morespecified things. Ft. Worth St. R. Co. v. Rose- dale St. R. Co., 68 Tex. 169, 4 S. W. 534.
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